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CNBC
Oct 6, 2012 6:00am EDT
differential between october and november, worth taking advantage of, and i think if obama gets re-elected -- and i know there was a lot of excitement with romney this week -- >> right. >> -- i think he still gets elected, and i think some air comes out of these stocks. >> and i want you to explain vol differential to all the audience. but in the meantime we're going to explain the put calendar, which is the trade that you're putting on tonight, dan. we've done calendars before, of course, but it's always good to refresh, so let's crack open the playbook and see how this thing works. in this strategy you sell in your data put and use that money to buy a longer data put of the same strike. this is a bearish strategy. it does require timing though. you want the stock to be above the strike of the put you're short by the first expiration but below the strike of the longer data put that you were long by the second expiration. so, dan, walk us through the trade. >> sure. so i did this today, and here's the thing. i'm going to do this trade in earnest next week, wednesday or thursday pri
CNBC
Oct 5, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the target of the anti-obama crowd, because i didn't call into question how the unemployment number got below 8%, i didn't suggest that number might have been rigged to look good for president obama. i was pillared as a house man owned by the democrats. please! look, my philosophy is crystal clear. you can't look through it. don't bother. you can't question its authenticity. you can't say it's political, and more importantly, can't question its legitimacy for one party without questioning it the other. i understand the accusations from partisan people. they feel robbed of one of the best talking points, unemployment rate stubbornly above 8%, to attack those who accept the number and don't offhandedly accept it is wrong is outrageous. i don't like how the number is put together. i would outsource the compilation number, and you can calculate data much faster and more efficiently. i look at the labor department the way i looked at replacement referees in the nfl. terrible, but nonpartisan, equal-opportunity mistake makers. the numbers i take at face value your honor obama and the same
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